09:49 PM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 04/23/2009 09:40AM
For Anthony Kiedis, trading a rock-star lifestyle for diaper duty is no big deal.
"He's the little love of my life, that boy, and I feel very lucky to be his dad," says the Red Hot Chili Peppers singer of 18-month-old son Everly Bear.
"You can't really care about yourself as much as you used to. It kind of takes the focus off yourself, which for me is a good thing," he says. "It also gives me a cool guy to hang out with."
Originally posted 07/11/2008 04:35PM
Rocker Anthony Kiedis and girlfriend Heather Christie have split, PEOPLE has learned.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers singer, 45, and Christie, 22, a former model, recently ended their relationship of more than three years and have been living apart since June, according to sources.
The former couple have a son together, Everly Bear, who was born last October.
"Anthony is a great dad and I will love him forever for giving me the gift of life," Christie tells PEOPLE. "I really hope he finds what he's looking for."
Kiedis's rep had no comment on the split.
Originally posted 01/09/2008 10:00AM
Life's a beach for Anthony Kiedis. Literally.
"My goal for the year is to get better at surfing, which I think will make me a better father," the Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman, 45, told PEOPLE Tuesday. "The more time I spend in the ocean, the better off I am when I'm around [3-month-old son Everly Bear]."
Originally posted 11/20/2007 08:05AM
The Red Hot Chili Peppers filed court documents Monday alleging that Showtime's hit series Californication inappropriately capitalizes off the band's 1999 album and single of the same name.
The lawsuit claims the term is "inherently distinctive, famous and ... is widely recognized" as being associated with the band.
Originally posted 08/20/2004 02:00PM
Will the trial go on? While questions about the prosecution's case linger, Kobe Bryant is due back in court, as PEOPLE looks at that and other big events in the coming week:
Originally posted 07/07/2004 09:00AM
DENIED: John Kay of the rock group Steppenwolf says Paris Hilton approached him about using the band's 1968 anthem "Born to Be Wild" on her FOX TV show The Simple Life – and that he refused her idea outright. "There are certain things even a rock and roller will not stoop to, and this is one of them," Kay, 60, tells the Toronto Star. Not that Steppenwolf is anti-Hollywood. The band's songs, including "Born to Be Wild" appeared on the soundtrack of the classic 1969 road trip film Easy Rider.
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